"When you are asked if you can do a job, tell 'em, 'Certainly I can!' then get busy and find out how to do it." ~ Theodore Roosevelt.
This little blog shows you how one person did / does a lot of different things... many of them unrelated to the next. If you have any suggestions or ideas, share, like I did!
September 26, 2011
It's Monday, and I survived the sleepover! It was certainly a fun time for the girls. We made camo binoculars out of toilet paper rolls and construction paper, ate some safari foods, and watched Nim's Island while eating popcorn from the homemade popcorn bags. One of our leaders shared a devotional about children in Africa and how we can help them from here, and the girls asked some wonderful questions.
Here are some photographs of the decorations and treats.
I covered a plastic white tray with leftover zebra-print wrapping paper and cheeta duct tape (yes, patterened duct tape!!), and wove an animal-print ribbon through the cake pedestal. For a take-home treat, I made little candy bags (tutorial here) with trail mix and animal-patterned cardstock.